CAMPANULA glomerata
var acaulis

Clustered Bellflower



Height: 6-8" (15-20cm)
Flowering Time: Summer
Flower Colour: Blue, white

Botanical Classification:


Angiospermae (Angiosperms)
Subclass: Dicotyledonae (Dicotyledons)
Superorder: Asteridae (Daisy Superorder)
Order: Campanulales (Bellflower Order)
Family: Campanulaceae (Bellflower Family)
Genus: Campanula (Bellflower)
Species: glomerata (clustered) var acaulis (stemless)
Campanula glomerata

Campanula glomerata var acaulis forms a tight basal rosette of quite coarse lance-shaped leaves, from which arise short stems topped by a dense cluster of blue or white bells in summer.


Harvesting and Growing from Seed:


(9 days)

Seed Pod The seed pod is a capsule Each separate flower produces its own seedpod, making a
dense seedhead.

Seed The seeds are tiny brown flat ovals. There are many seeds in a seed pod.

Seedling The seedling has large, coarse, heart-shaped leaves.

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